Mithras Posted May 10, 2015 Share Posted May 10, 2015 He was a total coward for not standing against his mad father when he had the chance at Harrenhal. I am sure that if he won at the Trident, he could still do NOTHING towards dethroning his mad father and condemn the Realm to several more decades of Aerysian rule. I don’t buy what he told to Jaime. Rhaegar did not have the balls to walk the walk. Aerys at least had the excuse of being mad as hatters. Rhaegar was guiltier than him in the way that it was mainly his responsibility to put an end to the reign of his mad father, yet he failed miserably in removing Aerys. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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